CommentsSo.. We've finally sunk to the bottom of the secular cesspool.
Now, according to our Congress, Jesus has to raise HIS hand and ask permission? I doubt He could even get a visa to come to America.
Military chaplains cannot invoke the name of our lord, Jesus Christ in prayer. I guess a nice generic prayer will have to do.
I suppose Jesus is now listed as a radical on some secret government list..to protect us from his heretical ideas of a loving, eternal & omnipotent God,offering eternal salvation.
I'm 58 years old and have come to some conclusions:
*The American government has gone narcissistically insane.
*The courts have gone radically insane.
*The military has gone PC insane.
*The liberals have gone farther insane.
*The secularists want to protect us by enslaving us. (1984?)
*The MSM is nothing but a hypocritical, lying propaganda machine
for the wacko-power-elites.
***Perhaps Ron Paul was right, "My America is gone".***
***Even if we win in November..it will take a courageous revolt to put America back together again...
Unfortunately there isn't enough room here for my doubts about that ever happening.
Posted by George from Atlanta on 06/25 at 06:45 PM | #
Military Chaplains Losing Freedoms
Posted by Christian Newswire on Jun 25, 2012 at 04:06 PM
Alarming developments in the US military since just before and after the Obama administration's repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell
WASHINGTON, —Although the U.S. Military fight and die to uphold freedom, high-level military chaplains report they are increasingly being denied freedom of conscience and freedom of speech. There is also alarm about the negative effects on troop morale over the undoing of the 237-years’ practice of providing traditional religious support for U.S. soldiers.More...
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